National Register of Historic Places listings in McDuffie County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in McDuffie County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

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This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 8, 2019.[1]

Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Boneville Historic District February 10, 2000
(#00000072)
Jct. of Boneville Rd. and the Georgia RR, approx. 5 mi. SE of Thomson
33°25′59″N 82°26′17″W / 33.433056°N 82.438056°W / 33.433056; -82.438056 (Boneville Historic District)
Boneville
2 Bowdre-Rees-Knox House January 19, 1979
(#79003109)
SW of Thomson on Old Wrightsboro Rd.
33°32′17″N 82°32′52″W / 33.538056°N 82.547778°W / 33.538056; -82.547778 (Bowdre-Rees-Knox House)
Thomson
3 Thomas Carr District December 6, 1975
(#75002059)
N of Thomason near jct. of GA 150 and I-20
33°31′43″N 82°26′33″W / 33.528611°N 82.4425°W / 33.528611; -82.4425 (Thomas Carr District)
Thomson
4 James L. Hardaway House
James L. Hardaway House
September 16, 1993
(#93000942)
Old Mesena Rd. W of Thomson
33°26′53″N 82°34′41″W / 33.448056°N 82.578056°W / 33.448056; -82.578056 (James L. Hardaway House)
Thomson
5 Hayes Line Historic District February 18, 2000
(#00000106)
Jct. of Twin Oaks Rd. and GA 223
33°28′17″N 82°31′06″W / 33.4714°N 82.5184°W / 33.4714; -82.5184 (Hayes Line Historic District)
Thomson
6 Hickory Hill
Hickory Hill
November 15, 1979
(#79003110)
Hickory Hill Dr. and Lee St.
33°28′18″N 82°30′46″W / 33.471667°N 82.512778°W / 33.471667; -82.512778 (Hickory Hill)
Thomson
7 Hillman-Bowden House November 1, 2002
(#02001259)
1348 Pyland Crossing Rd.
33°26′31″N 82°33′23″W / 33.44193°N 82.55644°W / 33.44193; -82.55644 (Hillman-Bowden House)
Thomson
8 John Moore Lazenby House May 8, 2013
(#13000241)
1353 Cedar Rock Rd.
33°29′04″N 82°31′36″W / 33.484556°N 82.526743°W / 33.484556; -82.526743 (John Moore Lazenby House)
Thomson vicinity
9 McNeill House November 27, 1992
(#92001637)
220 Lee St.
33°28′02″N 82°30′28″W / 33.46713°N 82.50776°W / 33.46713; -82.50776 (McNeill House)
Thomson
10 Old Rock House
Old Rock House
December 29, 1970
(#70000841)
NW of Thomson on Old Rock House Rd.
33°28′56″N 82°33′28″W / 33.48226°N 82.55784°W / 33.48226; -82.55784 (Old Rock House)
Thomson
11 Pine Top Farm June 5, 1996
(#96000582)
Jct. of US 78 and US 278, 2 mi. E of Thomson
33°27′24″N 82°28′04″W / 33.456667°N 82.467778°W / 33.456667; -82.467778 (Pine Top Farm)
Thomson
12 Sweetwater Inn May 2, 1985
(#85000938)
Off GA 17 on Old Milledgeville Rd.
33°24′58″N 82°27′19″W / 33.416111°N 82.455278°W / 33.416111; -82.455278 (Sweetwater Inn)
Thomson
13 Thomson Commercial Historic District
Thomson Commercial Historic District
June 9, 1989
(#89000413)
Roughly bounded by Journal St., Greenway St., Railroad St., Hendricks St., and Church St.
33°27′58″N 82°30′05″W / 33.466111°N 82.501389°W / 33.466111; -82.501389 (Thomson Commercial Historic District)
Thomson
14 Usry House
Usry House
October 1, 1974
(#74002182)
211 Milledge St.
33°27′58″N 82°30′20″W / 33.466111°N 82.505556°W / 33.466111; -82.505556 (Usry House)
Thomson
15 Thomas E. Watson House
Thomas E. Watson House
May 11, 1976
(#76002144)
310 Lumpkin St.
33°28′12″N 82°30′30″W / 33.4699°N 82.50825°W / 33.4699; -82.50825 (Thomas E. Watson House)
Thomson Home of Georgia Populist Party co-founder Thomas E. Watson, is a National Historic Landmark, Watson-Brown Foundation website
16 Wrightsboro Historic District July 6, 1998
(#98000701)
Wrightsboro Rd., E. of Ridge Rd.
33°33′00″N 82°34′09″W / 33.55°N 82.569167°W / 33.55; -82.569167 (Wrightsboro Historic District)
Wrightsboro

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 8, 2019.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.